My wife called me the other night and says that she was browsing the web and the computer shut off, so I told her to turn it back on, she says that the green light is still on but the monitor says, "Power Saving Mode". I tell her to switch off the computer, when it comes back up she says it has "blocks" all over the screen, so I tell her to turn it back off. I came home, turned it back on and everything seemed fine. Then the next morning it's the same thing, monitor is getting no signal but the computer is still on, so I shut it off and back on, when it comes back up the damn thing looks like when you would plug in a dirty Nintendo cartridge, lines on the screen and all the letters looked like garbage, as soon as it got to the Windows loading screen the monitor would cut off. So I take the card out and cleaned it, got all the dust off the heatsink, etc, plug it back in and still have the same problem, so I let it sit for a few hours, try again and still have the same problem. So now I switch back to the onboard video and everything seems fine until the screen saver comes on, then the damn monitor cuts off, just like how the problem started with my video card, the computer also randomly crashes and every diagnostic points to the video drivers, so I reinstall them, nothing, same thing. I eventually reinstalled windows XP (which was a pain in the ass because while I didn't lose any of my files, all of the programs I had installed now think that they are not installed anymore) - the problem went away, so I tried putting my old card back in and now nothing happens at all (no video even during the POST) when I turn on the computer with the card installed, I'm guessing it's completely fried. JUST GREAT.